The number of students accessing head-mounted displays of virtual and augmented reality will soar in the coming years, but some companies may struggle to monetize their products.
Pearson officials apologized after a reporting error on a state history test used to determine students’ eligibility for graduation.
Children’s publisher Carson-Dellosa has acquired Rourke Educational Media, and ed-tech startup companies in Britain and Indonesia have raised funding.
Gov. Rick Scott signed into law HB 7069 over the strong objections of school officials, who say it was crafted behind closed doors and will siphon funds from traditional public schools.
The Clark County school system, which includes the city of Las Vegas, will use state funding to create a centralized tech database.
School leaders are getting ready to make a case for renovated or new classroom designs that will accommodate how students learn with technology.
Last week, a handful of ed-tech startups including digital framework developer Apptegy and BookNook, an instructional technology company. In addition, the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) announced its latest cohort.
A new online guide offers resources for K-12 districts trying to implement competency-based learning—and it offers a primer for K-12 companies on those systems’ most pressing needs.
The Every Student Succeeds Act creates new opportunities for arts programs in K-12, a new report by the Education Commission of the States argues.
More K-12 and post-secondary schools should consider apprenticeships as part of their educational programs, according to a panel sponsored by the Business Roundtable.